Wales national team manager Chris Coleman has revealed that he will have no problem in allowing Gareth Bale to leave the training camp in order to complete a potential move on deadline day.
Gareth Bale was roundly booed by the Real Madrid supporters in their 2-2 draw against Valencia during the weekend and this has led to speculation that the Welshman could well consider a spectacular move away from the Santiago Bernabeu on deadline day.
With only a day remaining in the current window, Manchester United are said to be ramping up their pursuit for Bale and are recently said to have placed a bid of around £97million in an attempt to sign the 28-year-old.
It remains to be seen as to whether United’s approach for Bale will be accepted by Madrid but Wales national team manager Chris Coleman has stated that he will not stand in the player’s way if the prospective transfer had to go through.
Bale is currently at a training camp in Wales ahead of his side’s World Cup qualifiers against Austria in Cardiff on Saturday and Coleman has stated that he will not have any problems in giving the attacker permission to leave in order to complete the deal to United.
Coleman told the Daily Mirror, “I will allow it if it is good for the player. We’ve got Joe Ledley at the moment. It’s his future. Who’s to say a club might say, ‘we’ve got a better offer now’. I’ve had that myself. A player stalled, I waited and ended up with a better player.
“If there’s something for you as a player, you have to go and take it. It’s disruptive. But for the sake of a night, it’s not a big deal.
“Knowing Gareth for the last five or six years, he won’t be any different. He won’t be fazed by it. You are like a film star when you play for Real Madrid.”